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Sir Ivor Roberts entered the Diplomatic Service in 1968. From 1989 to 1993 he was Minister in the British Embassy in Madrid. He was appointed Charge d'Affaires and Consul - General in Belgrade in March 1994, and after recognition of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia by the United Kingdom, he became Ambassador. During his time in Belgrade he conducted negotiations on behalf of the international mediators (Lord Owen and Carl Bildt) with both the Yugoslav authorities and the Bosnian Serbs. From January 1998 to February 1999 he was on a sabbatical as a Senior Associate Member of St. Antony's College, Oxford, writing and lecturing on his experiences in Yugoslavia. From February 1999 to March 2003 he served as British Ambassador to the Republic of Ireland and from May 2003 to September 2006 as Ambassador to Italy. He retired from the Diplomatic Service in September 2006 on his election as the President of Trinity College Oxford. He retired from this post in 2017.
Book I: Diplomacy in General 1: Diplomacy: A Short History from Pre-Classical Origins to the Fall of the Berlin Wall 2: The Changes in and Challenges of Modern Diplomacy 3: Introduction to International Law 4: The State: its Concept as a Legal Person in International Law Book II: Diplomatic and Consular Relations 5: Functions of Diplomatic Missions and Consulates 6: Diplomatic Communication 7: Precedence, Credentials and Agrement for Heads of Mission 8: Appointment and Function of Consuls 9: Consular Access and Protection 10: The Diplomatic Mission, the Corps, Breach of Relations and Protection of Interests 11: Terrorism and Diplomacy Book III: Privileges and Immunities 12: Privileges and Immunities of the State, the Head of State, State officials, and State agencies 13: Privileges and Immunities of Diplomatic Missions 14: Privileges and Immunities of Diplomatic Agents 15: Special Missions Book IV: Multilateral Diplomacy, Human Rights, and International Organizations 16: Multilateral Diplomacy 17: Human Rights 18: The United Nations-I The Charter and its Operation 19: The United Nations-II Specialized Agencies, Funds and Programmes, Regional Commissions, and Special Bodies 20: International Financial Institutions and Bodies 21: The European Union-I Development, Structure, and Decision-Making 22: The European Union-II External Relations 23: Other International and Regional Organizations: Commonwealth, NATO, Council of Europe, OAS, AU, ASEAN, CIS, Francophonie, Arab League, Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Gulf Cooperation Council, OSCE Book V: International Disputes and Courts 24: Prevention and Management of Conflict and Settlement of Disputes 25: International Court of Justice 26: Prosecutions: The International Criminal Court and other Tribunals Book VI: Alternative (Including Track 2) Diplomacy 27: Public Diplomacy and its Offshoots 28: Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Violent Non-State Actors (VNSAs) 29: Secret or Back-Channel Diplomacy, Secret Intelligence, Religious and Other Unconventional Diplomatic Actors Book VII: Treaties and Treaty-Making 30: International Conferences 31: Treaties and Other International Instruments-I General Definition; Treaty Formalities 32: Treaties and Other International Instruments-II Most common forms: Treaty/Convention/Agreement/Protocol 33: Treaties and Other International Instruments-III Pact/Act/Modus Vivendi/Declaration/Exchange of Notes/Memorandum of Understanding/Final Act 34: Treaties and Other International Instruments-IV Ratification, Accession, Acceptance and Approval, Treaty Succession 35: Treaties and Other International Instruments-V Interpretation, Reservations, Termination; the effects of war on treaties; ius cogens Book VIII: Envoi 36: Advice to Diplomats Appendix I: The Language of Diplomacy Appendix II: Conferences Paris Peace Conference, 1946 Japanese Peace Conference, 1951 Geneva Conference, 1954 International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia, 1992